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Broccoli Harvest

Life is delicious these days at Out in Them Sticks, that's for sure!  We harvested a bunch of broccoli today. Between the broccoli and the salad greens we haven't had the need for many grocery store vegetables lately!

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Home Grown broccoli is milder/sweeter in flavor than grocery store versions and absolutely fabulous !  Below are 3 broccoli heads I harvested today.  We have at least 12 other heads that have yet to mature in the garden so a lot of good eats await us. For dinner tonight we ate one and half heads along with some salad and roasted pork loin.  Yum! Ladybug asked for thirds on the broccoli and GreenEyes scarfed his down too...  makes me all gushy inside!

Comments

Aliceson said…
It's the best!
Julia said…
We planted broccoli in our garden too and i can't wait for it to start coming in!
sheila said…
WOW! My broccoli last year could have fit into the palm of a childs hand! lol. (before it flowered because I didn't pick it in time, lol.)
GREAT lookin stuff here!

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